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REVIEWS

MOVIE The Call

Jordan (Hallie Barry) is a 911 operator who receives a call from a girl name Leah Templeton (Evie Thompson), who is being attacked by a serial killer. As Jordan stays on the line, she hears the killer Michael Foster( Michael Eklund) kill Leah. She tries to tell him not to do it. All he ends up saying is “Too late. It’s already done” and he hangs up. Several days later, the police find Leah’s body buried in the ground. Six months later, another 911 operator receives a call but from a different girl. Her name is Casey Welson (Abigail Breslin). Michael is at it again, and this time throws Casey in the back of his car from a public mall. What Michael doesn’t know is Casey has a phone she has been using to contact 911. As they are trying to tract down where Casey is, during the entire process anyone who is getting into Michaels’ way becomes his target. He tells Casey that it’s all her fault for him killing them because she shouldn’t be acting up, and should go along with him. The movie’s strength is that you can’t guess what is really going to happen next, and it keeps you on the edge of your seat. Also, the actors play their roles with the emotion and enthusiasm. There’s a couple scary scenes but not too many. It’s more of a thriller than anything.

TV SHOWS

MOVIE

MUSIC

Duck Dynasty

The Croods

Don’t You Worry Child

Dreamworks present The Croods as an animated adventurous comedy with Nicolas Cage and Emma Stone. It’s set in prehistoric setting, and fantastical animals. They’re cavemen who stay low so no one sees them or finds them but when one of the daughters decide to do opposite and go out of the caves she finds things she didn’t think were possible. Filled with tons of humor and makes you laugh!

This pop song by Swedish electronic dance group Swedish House Mafia starts off with piano background music and adds music and lyrics a little later. It’s pretty catchy as you listen and just flows through the whole song.

This reality TV show on A&E shows the lives of the Robertson family who became wealthy from a family-owned business that makes duck calls. The sons Jase, Willie, and Jep are all known for their long flowing beards. The three sons go around doing what they feel like doing and don’t have anything to worry about. They have their own land, and do their own thing. Most of what they do is hysterical, and makes you laugh a lot! BY CORRALLE WHALEN 10 BEAK ‘N’ EYE ● APRIL 12, 2013

Thrift Shop

This rap song by Seattle based American rapper Macklemore and producer Ryan Lewis is a good song because it’s catchy, with a melody that gets stuck in your head. This song explains how people could buy clothing from actual thrift shop stores and how the clothing was actually only 99 cents. PAGE BY CORRALLE WHALEN

Beak'n'Eye - April 12, 2013  

The newspaper of West High School, Davenport, Iowa, USA

Beak'n'Eye - April 12, 2013  

The newspaper of West High School, Davenport, Iowa, USA

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